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Old 10-13-2019, 05:31 AM
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Default Can a plant in late bloom that may have a few branches revegging be saved?

I tried using some green leds to work on plants during dark cycles and my haze plants either have a few branches trying to reveg or itís heat stress.

The plants after feeding produced foxtails and leaves around foxtails have smooth edges and are more round than others.

What is strange is the other branches have hard round topped buds with cloudy trichomes,hairs are 50% orange and tiny pointed leaves barely visible from swollen colas.
Can just one branch try to reveg or could it be stress from too much light?
Itís only the SSH haze pheno and there are 8 other CS pheno that are showing no symptoms like the haze pheno.
The foxtails appear after a feeding or watering and only effect 2 out of 8 branches???
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Old 10-13-2019, 01:21 PM
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The flowering response IS localized on the plant, so yes.

You can actually block out light and start flowering just a portion of the plant by shading that area so that it receives a flowering photo period. I have seen it done with something like an old crown royal bottle bag.

My flowering tent is recovering from a similar situation. In fact I am pretty surprised that I have not (I don't think) had a pollination event. My go to plant that usually runs 11-12 weeks in flower is just passing 19. It will be a HUGE yield, but I am a little worried about the lower/inside buds.
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Old 10-15-2019, 05:49 AM
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Thatís actually good news and I can deal with losing the top of one branch out of 8.
I didnít realize SSH could put out such a big yield but I vegged for a month and used a net and most branches are horizontal and lots of nice solid medium sized nuggets.About the size of a big strawberry.
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Old 10-16-2019, 02:51 AM
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As for revegging late blooming plants, that is easy to do. Just cut off all the flowers and revert to 18/6 or more light. I have revegged many plants that have bloomed that way. They send out more new growth and then I cut those to make clones from. I have also revegged whole plants and let them bloom again, but that tends to create problems with stiff stems, stem rot indoors, root crowding, and not so great results. Though I have done well blooming plants outdoors in the spring, cutting the flowers near the solstice and then revegging over summer and blooming again in the late summer/early fall for a dual harvest.
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